464 ID wild plant: 1 high res. image.
Please ID wild plant,
Location: bloomed in The HIMALAYAS at Indira Gandhi Memorial Tulip Garden, Srinagar Jammu & Kashmir INDIA
Altitude: 5200fsl
Flower date: 14APR2023, 11.35am
Habitat: wild moisture
Plant habit: small shrub, erect branches, weak stem, hairy, annual
Height: 03 feet
Leaves: alternate, spirally, leaflets, elliptic, acute, hairy, size:04×1cm
Flower: axillary buds, diameter:05mm, violet
Camera: CANON EOS1500D +FL10x

No more images ??

Sorry, no more images.  It is growing in entry restricted Tulip field between many densely growing weeds, so capturing more images are very difficult.

I tried.
Looks somewhat close to images at
But I think it is different.

Asperugo procumbens has a trailing habit (only member of the family which has a trailing habit in this region) and blue flowers. This herb seems to be erect with pink flowers.

Yes resembles with Asparago procumbens

But something else.

Resembles with Lithospermum arvense ??

Thank you very much for helping to Identify my plant, it is very close to Lithospermum arvense, but my plant’s leaf arrangement is visible as opposite(?).

Please see the attached collage.

Sir….Not all leaves are opposite. Please check.

Below screenshot is of Lithospermum arvense at EFI, I observed it’s leaves are alternatively arranged.


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